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3.5 Gallon Top Fin Enchant Aquarium

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PetSmart.com has 3.5 Gallon Top Fin Enchant Aquarium on sale for $15. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks blaster_54738

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  • 3.5 Gallon Top Fin Enchant Aquarium Tank
  • 2 Top Fin "Element" Filter Cartridges
  • Top Fin "Element" Filter
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Petsmart has Top Fin Enchant 3.5 Gallon Aquarium for $15 with free store pickup. Regular price is $29.99

https://www.petsmart.com/fish/tan...gid=300207
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Shrimp. Only thing besides 1-3 nano fish that should ever be kept in a tank this small.

I'm of the camp that most nanos love to swim. I think it's too small for the majority of nano fish too.
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I'm of the camp that most nanos love to swim. I think it's too small for the majority of nano fish too.
I do actually agree with you but I was trying to be a little less of a fish nazi than I typically am.
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Been waiting for the 5.5 to hit $20.00 again so I just grabbed another one. The 5.5 Topfin is actually pretty nice and it's really easy to cut bulk filter media to fit the filter.
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One gallon per inch of fish (adult size) as a general guideline. So this shall be fine as a cubicle/desktop tank for an angel fish, or a couple of small and peaceful fishes like fancy guppies, platies, swordtails, or zebra fishes (though the latter could become lonely as zebra fishes prefer larger community).
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Take your $15 to Craigslist or OfferUp and get a decent tank someone is getting rid of cheap.
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I love how they gave a picture of fish which should never be kept in anything close to this small.
I know... Here comes a boat load of thumbs downs... But they are fish... We have a healthy 37 gallon tank and still lose fish randomly to bloat... If your kid wants a guarami and this is all you can afford... Put a damn guarami it in.
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Ant farm?
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I know... Here comes a boat load of thumbs downs... But they are fish... We have a healthy 37 gallon tank and still lose fish randomly to bloat... If your kid wants a guarami and this is all you can afford... Put a damn guarami it in.
No TD here, but I disagree.

As another poster said, take the $15 to Craig's or offerup and get a decent sized tank for your pet. Alternatively, for $20 you could even get the 5.5g or a glass 10g and small filter from petco.

Honestly if $15 is breaking the bank, fish may not be the ideal hobby.
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good for a pet spider?
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I've got two of these. They're nice but, looking back, I wish I would have spent the extra 5 bucks on the 5 gallon kits. The 5 gallon kits are only $20.00 right now so I'm gonna grab me one today to replace one of my Enchant models.
Thx, do you have the link to 5gallon?
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Thx, do you have the link to 5gallon?
https://www.petsmart.com/fish/sta...62256.html
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My daughter got a 1 gallon last week to put a snail in but i think this would be better, do you think that a small female betta and snail would be good in this size?
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I've got two of these. They're nice but, looking back, I wish I would have spent the extra 5 bucks on the 5 gallon kits. The 5 gallon kits are only $20.00 right now so I'm gonna grab me one today to replace one of my Enchant models.
Link for 5 gallon
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What? Betta need 10g tank? Have I been neglecting my betta who's in a fishbowl (maybe 1.5-2g)?
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